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Michael Jackson's Doctor is MISSING--is he LINKED to his DEATH?

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UPDATE: Police interviewed Murray Thursday night, but have not been able to reach him since then.


Michael Jackson's doctor is reportedly been sought after by police today (June 26) and is being linked to having a possible role in the iconic singer's untimely passing.

Sources say....Dr. Conrad Robert Murray, a cardiologist licensed to practice medicine in Texas, was living with Michael Jackson at his rented Holmby Hills mansion. It is being said that Murray attempted to revive Michael until paramedics showed up at the scene.

Michael Jackson had physician's visiting him at his rented Holmby Hills home every day. We've learned law enforcement is looking for that doctor who lived at his home -- and the doctor is nowhere to be found. Law enforcement sources tell us a BMW belonging to the doctor was towed from Jackson's home last night. A Texas TV station reports the car that was towed from Michael's house last night was registered to Murray's sister. Lay enforcement says the doctor gave Jackson an injection before he died.

Police are interested in speaking to the doctor to gather information about Michael's last moments and what led to his death.

Jackson's former attorney Brian Oxman said he expressed his concerns about Michael being overmedicated, but his concerns went unheard.

"He had overmedication and it was a serious problem. I had warned that this was a problem. I talked to the family about it. I warned them that Michael was overmedicated and that I didn't want to see this case develop like it had with Anna Nicole Smith, and if that happens to Michael, it'll break our hearts, and now its here."

"I do not want to point fingers at anyone because I want to hear what the toxicology report says and the coroner says but the plain fact of the matter is that Michael Jackson had prescription drugs at his disposal at all times," he added.

The Los Angeles County coroner has started the autopsy on Michael Jackson. The doctor performing the autopsy, Dr. Lakshmanan Sathyavagiswaran, was a star witness in the O.J. Simpson case. Officials are trying to clear up the facts surrounding the King of Pop's sudden death, which seemed to be due to cardiac arrest. One big question is whether prescription drugs could be a factor.

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